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"Guptas were tipped off as early as January" : Paul O'Sullivan,

Interpol has been roped-in to track down Atul and Tony Gupta. Ajay Gupta has been declared a fugitive from justice.This after he failed to hand himself over, despite his lawyers confirming to the Hawks that he will do so.He has since disappeared. The Minister of Police, Fikile Mbalula has also issued a warning discouraging people from offering a reward for the arrest of the Gupta brothers. At the same time, Forensic Fraud Examiner, Paul O'Sullivan, who is one of the people who made a reward offer, says he is in a process of suing the police and justice ministries for a hundred and ninety five million rand for what he calls the "Zupta deployees" in the police, the Hawks and the National Prosecuting Authority. Sakina Kamwendo spoke to Forensic Fraud Examiner, Paul O'Sullivan and Spokesperson for the Ministry of Police, Vuyo Mhaga...
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Interpol roped in to track down Estina suspects as Ajay Gupta declared fugitive

Police Minister Fikile Mbalula says Interpol has been asked to help track down three people who are being sought in connection with the Estina farm project in the Free State. Eight associates of the Gupta brothers appeared in court in Bloemfontein last week on charges that include fraud and money laundering for their part in the project. Mbalula says the three are being sought in China, Dubai China and India. Joseph Mosia reports...
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Mother of late MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai threatens suicide if Chamisa attends funeral

The mother of the late Zimbabwe opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has reportedly threatened to commit suicide if Nelson Chamisa, the Movement for Democratic Change vice president who says he's taken over from her son, attends the funeral. Power struggles within the MDC are intensifying following Tsvangirai's death on Wednesday in Johannesburg after a two year struggle with colon cancer. A memorial service was held on Sunday for the late opposition leader. SABC reporter in Harare, Ephet Musekiwa
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Mbeki urges Ramaphosa to cleanse the ANC of corrupt activities

Former president, Thabo Mbeki has urged the newly inaugurated president, Cyril Ramaphosa to cleanse the ANC and reposition it not to be used for corrupt activities. Mbeki was speaking to the SABC on the sidelines of the swearing-in of Ramaphosa by Chief Justice Moegeng Moegeng on Thursday at the Cape Town Office of the Presidency, Tuynhuys. Ramaphosa is expected to deliver his maiden State of the Nation Address on Friday evening following his election by the National Assembly. Former president, Thabo Mbeki spoke to SABC journalist, Mbali Sibanyoni
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Cyril Ramaphosa sworn in as South Africa's 5th president

Cyril Ramaphosa has been elected the President of South Africa after weeks of turmoil that saw former President Jacob Zuma resign his position on Wednesday night. In his acceptance speech Ramaphosa promised among other things to work with opposition parties as he had started to do as Deputy President. He has also committed himself to put South Africa's interests at the top of his agenda. Joseph Mosia reports...
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Preparations underway for SONA after Ramaphosa was sworn in as state president

President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to outline his plan to fight corruption when he delivers the State-of-the-Nation-Address in the National Assembly *this evening. For the first time in almost a decade someone other than former president Jacob Zuma will walk on the red carpet to the doors of the Parliament to deliver the address. Roads mostly in the Cape Town DBD will be closed from six o'clock *this morning to accommodate the address. Zuma was due to deliver the address last Thursday. However, National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete postponed it because of increased opposition to Zuma's leadership and mounting calls for the ANC National Executive Committee to recall him. Elvis Presslin spoke to political analyst at University of Johannesburg's Confucius Institute, Dr David Monyae

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